Sable Senior Does, 7 to 9 Years Old

 

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SGCH Klisse’s NSNN Catastrophe of Hope 6*M

1/25/11, Broken sungau

S: SG +*B Noble-Springs Night Night                                                                                                       D: GCH Klisse’s TA Grace of Hope 5*M

Cat was named this as I was totally unprepared for her, forgetting that I had pen bred a bunch of does in August! Cat is very tall and dairy, and was the 1st pl. Senior kid at the national show last year, as well as being part of the 1st pl. Jr. Get of Sire! Cat freshened beyond our wildest dreams- besides being long and tall (she’s the same size as some of the three and four year olds), her udder would make a Holstein happy! She got 2 milking legs as a yearling as well, and finished at the first show of the year. She ended the show season undefeated in her age group. Cat was 3rd pl/1st udder 2 year old and ended up going Reserve Udder for the Sables in ’13!!! Last year Cat was again milking well, and placed 2nd/2nd udder 5&6 year old behind Crinkle. Even though she wasn’t selected to be milked out, she still got an honorable mention from the judges on her udder shape and capacity. Cat was also the Total Performer Sable in 2016 and won the high lactation milk and fat awards.

LA: 5-05 EEEE 90                Milk: 4-01 298 3836 140 101                Lifetime: 1327 14144 492 367    Cat is bred to CH *B Ober d’Rainbow Fudge Bar for April 8th kids. 2nd doe/ 2nd bucks $750  Anarchy, a full sister to this breeding just freshened with a really pretty udder; high, wide rear udder and easy to milk!



                                  





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GCH Klisse’s KD Judith 4*M                                                                                                               4/10/2012, Bay chamoisee, white spots on face                                                                                      S: *B Klisse’s KOOHIdntwnthsnite2end                                                                                                     D: Klisse’s NSNN Joanna 3*M                                                                                                                    LA: 4-02 EEVE 90                Milk: 2-10 305 2746 91 80                         Lifetime: 1030 8822 293 252

Judith is long, tall, and very dairy with a shapely well-attached udder. She was the 4th pl yearling milker in ’13 at Nationals. She is quickly becoming one of my favorite does, looking better as the year goes on. She freshened this year with quadruplets and looks really nice. She milked over 17 lbs on her first test this spring. She finished at her first show out in ’16, LA’ed well, and then got a persistent mastitis that has left her uneven for a few years. She now is even, but only likes to milk for 6 weeks or so before drying herself off.  I have three milking daughters from her that I love.



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SGCH Klisse’s KPOH Salome 5*M                                                                                              3/27/2013, Broken black                                                                                                                              S: GCH +*B Klisse’s TA Pinnacle of Hope                                                                                                    D: SGCH Klisse’s NSNN Leah 4*M                                                                                                           LA: 4-05 EEEE 91              Milk: 2-11 287 2848 94 75                     Lifetime milk: 781 7328 253 201

Salome looks like she should be a Nimbus kid, but that’s understandable since his maternal granddam is Nimbus’ sister, and they are both heavily linebred on Talache’s Eldon.  She was shown at Nationals and placed 6th.  She is tall, long and very dairy. She earned her dry leg many times over.  Salome was not only the 1st pl/1st udder 2 year old, she was the Reserve National Champion!!!! She also was BIS in the 4-H ring at the Indiana State Fair in 2015, as well. Her first show out was the national one, where she once again was 1st/1st udder in her class, and while she was not picked for grand or reserve, she was in contention and was one of the four does milked out for best udder. She was again first in her class at the national show in ’16, with first udder. Salome got mastitis two years ago and is no longer sound to be shown, sadly.




2 thoughts on “Sable Senior Does, 7 to 9 Years Old

  1. Kai

    I love the Solid Chocolate doe (Toblerone!)
    I had a doeling that I just fell in love with that had that coloration who unfortunately passed on, I would love to have another like that at some point! How common is that with Sables?

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